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Rajasthan: 4 coaches of Ranthambhore Express derail in Bundi

Jaipur: Four coaches of the Ranthambhore Express derailed near Indragarh railway station in Bundi district of Rajasthan on Monday.

The incident happened around 2.40 pm today when the train was moving slowly, Gangasahay Sharma, SHO (GRP) at Railway station Kota said, adding the relief train has been rushed to the spot which is 70 kms away from Kota.

However, no casualty has been reported so far. 

"Relief work for the passengers of the Ranthambhore Express (train no.12465) has been started," said B N Gupta, the PRO of West Central Railway (Kota).

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